With an average age of 16, Mali has one of the world's youngest populations. Amadou Thiam wants to give young people more of a say. And he leads by example - he is the youngest member of parliament in Mali's history.
More people are leaving the countryside for opportunities in the cities, creating a market gap. A Malian family draws on each member's talents to create a successful agribusiness. Aminata Niang runs this farm.
Mali does not produce enough power to supply the entire population. The country has actually enough energy - solar energy. The Expertise of engineer Makan Tandina provides areas in rural Mali with badly needed energy.
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